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David Berg Tells the Truth About U.S. “Healthcare” Spending in Commentary for Insurance Thought Leadership

David Berg, Healthcare, Healthcare Spending, Insurance Thought Leadership, Press Coverage

The saying goes that the U.S. spends $3 trillion a year in healthcare – but that saying is patently false. In a commentary for Insurance Thought Leadership, Redirect Health Co-founder Dr. David Berg dives deep into our nation's “healthcare” spending, correcting widespread misconceptions about ... (more…)

David Berg Tells the Truth About U.S. “Healthcare” Spending in Commentary for Insurance Thought Leadership

David Berg, Healthcare, Healthcare Spending, Insurance Thought Leadership, Press Coverage

The saying goes that the U.S. spends $3 trillion a year in healthcare – but that saying is patently false. In a commentary for Insurance Thought Leadership, Redirect Health ...

Redirect Health Showcases Expertise, Thought Leadership in Latest Issue of In Business Magazine Devoted to Healthcare

David Berg, Healthcare, Business Magazine, Insurance Thought Leadership, Paul Johnson, Press Coverage, Redirect Health, Small Business, Thought Leadership, Healthcare Delivery

For small businesses especially, the healthcare landscape is complex and confusing. As Redirect Health becomes the go-to resource for such businesses, the company is also gaining ...

Heroin Derivatives: David Berg Calls It Like He Sees It In Insurance Thought Leadership

David Berg, Insurance Thought Leadership, Prescriptions, Press Coverage, Thought Leadership

David Berg cuts to the chase on "opioid addiction" in Insurance Thought Leadership, where he explains that "opioids" are really just heroin derivatives. Understanding that ...

Redirect Health Authors 'Insurance Thought Leadership' Article on Misconceptions that Lead to Overpaying

David Berg, Insurance Thought Leadership, Press Coverage, Small Business

Confusion, misconceptions and waste in today's healthcare system are causing small- and mid-sized companies to overpay for their care -- when they don't have to. In this article ...